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May 3, 2012 5:00am EDT
schools in the united states for four years in a row are going to continue to be number one. that distinction for five years in a row. we have to have this special session to make sure that happens. >> governor martin o'malley says they're close to an agreement to fix that budget. >>> less are now offering a $30,000 reward in information leading to the arrest of an unsolved murder case that dates back to 1996. joann lecornu was shot and killed in a parking lot. police say that a gunman grabbed something out of hierograph she collapsed. her sister says she still thinks about the murder every single day. >> it changed my life completely. i -- i feel i've turned into a different person. and i have horrible anxiety. i still do. >> if you nannying about this case -- know anything about this case, call metro crime stoppers. we have been following several cold cases from around the area and we have a special section on the website. head to abc2news.com/coldcases. you can read detailed files on search cases. >>> if you tone more about the murder of yeardley love you can see evidence
ABC
May 1, 2012 5:00am EDT
born in the united states going through painkiller withdrawal has tripled in a decade. there is a surge of pregnant women using narcotics. 3 in every 1000 babies born are addicted to drugs. that's one baby born every hour. study says majority of babies born addict ready charged under the state medicaid program. >>> the first erectile dysfunction drug in a decade. patients can see improved functions within 15 minutes. 30million men were affected by ed. >>> sleep can help you keep you weight at a healthy level, each if you have a genetic previous disposition to gaining it. the more sleep you get the less your genes contribute to your weight. people with less than 7 hours a sleep were not getting enough rest and likely to be overweight. >>> kids at calldon rodwell in baltimore will celebrate a new addition. they are getting a new salad bar and water tap. a series is going to be air and baltimore is one of 12 cities to kick off the campaign to implement 100 salad bars and water taps in schools across the country. it premiers on hbo monday, may 14th. . the school has been working to get stu
ABC
May 2, 2012 5:00am EDT
with the pakistan president. he'll be back in the united states this afternoon. >>> specialists of could going in to help guard a resort development. the firefighters have only been able to contain about 30% of this wildfire. no damage or injuries reported. >>> a series of bombs going open in kabul, afghanistan killing six people. the explosions happened just hours after president obama was in the country. a government official said that one of the blasts was a car bomb, possibly driven by a suicide attacker. >>> taliban has taken responsibility for the attacks. >>> a helicopter crash in colombia killed all 13 people on board. it was on a transportation mission when it went down. 7 of the 13 on board were members of the colombian air force and six police officers. they're working to figure out how the crash occurred. >>> it's a global show of defiance against government. may day pro tests were held in cities around the -- protests were held cities around the world yesterday. thousands in greece gathered to protest. 28. 8% of the labor force has been out of work since january. >>> we have shown
ABC
May 8, 2012 5:00am EDT
and this is his first trip to the united states since he took part in a helicopter training in california and arizona last year. it's 5:16. let's check on your morning commute with lauren cook. >> reporter: good morning. we have the first accident of the day. it's in harford county in bel air on route 22 at shamrock road. watch out for that as you head out. no problems traveling through the fort mchenry tunnel or the harbor tunnel. nice and clear. we have the ongoing construction on the jfx that continues to block one lane in both directions at 28th street. no delays as of yet. if you are heading to 695, no concerns on that outer loop. looking at an 11 minute ride from 95 up to 83. and here's live look at the west side of the beltway. everything is going to be up to speed at liberty road where you are look at an 11 minute ride from 795 towards 95. and that's a look at your abctime safer traffic and now here's lynette with a look at your forecast. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we are -- >> we are on the breezy side. the wind are out of the south to 5 to 15 miles an hour. 8 miles
ABC
May 15, 2012 5:00am EDT
in three people in the united states may sleepwalk during their lives. certain people are more likely to sleepwalk including those with sleep apnea or insomnia. heavy drinkers and people taking sleeping pills. sleepwalking could be getting out of bed. it becomes a problem if they go outside. >>> a modern family actress has revealed that she has undergone a kidney transplant. she was diagnosed with an abnormal kidney development when she was 9 years old and she had to push through pain and fatigue while filming that sit come. she had surgery last month. her father was the donor. she plans to recover over the summer. >>> hard to believe she's some 21. >> i know. she looks very . >> stay with us this morning. coming up, her husband was accused of molesting boys at syracuse university. >> and she's giving a news conference and who's expecting to be by her side. >>> and what the president has to say on the view. we'll talk about it later this morning. get your cash back! oh, hi. which cash back booth looks better to you, chase freedom or the largest cashback card? oh, i'll try the largest.
ABC
May 17, 2012 5:00am EDT
. >>> racial and ethnic minorities make up more than half of the children born in the united states. the new census indicates the highlights sweeping racial changes in the makeup as a whole. a higher than expected hispanic count in the 2010 census but immigration growth is actually slowing. >>> and coffee drinkers out there, we don't have a coffee machine in the studio yet. a new study finds a link between coffee drinking and causes of death. they found an association between coffee drinking and most major causes of death including heart disease, diabetes and stroke. maybe that inspire our boss that we're going to die if we don't have coffee. >> we'll let you know how you can help make four people in the studio very, very happy. >> and a lot more perky so stay tuned for that. >>> she doesn't need any extra. this is america's sweet heart. betty white on the way to d.c. today. >> why the actress will be spending more time with the animals than on capitol hill. >>> and investigation into the death of a kennedy. robert kennedy jr., what may have happened. this one's for all us lawnsmiths. here's
ABC
May 22, 2012 4:55am EDT
and local authorities on the task force back in 2007 more than 100,000 children in the united states are victims of child sex trafficking and every year a survivor of the child sex trafficking max it an issue. she founded courtney house which helps children in maryland and washington, d.c. >> this affects every family. wein a wonderful area it doesn't. but this, because the commodity is children affects all of us as parents. >> so the key for parents is to be comfortable talking with your children so they know they can come to you. but as they get older, don't be afraid to check their phones and computers to see who else they have been talking to. >>> today an annual tradition continues at the u.s. naval academy in annapolis. class of 2015 will make the climb to the top of the herndon monument. the action kicks off at 1:30 and about a thousand feebs will -- plebes will try to boost a classmate to the to to remove a dixie cup. last year it took two hours 41 minutes and 32 seconds to knock that out. >>> annapolis is look like hollywood. >> sure -- looking like hollywood. >> sure is. wh
ABC
May 28, 2012 4:55am EDT
well defines why we have a memorial day holiday in the united states. so, before the grills are lit up and the boats go in the water, it is very meaningful especiallyto families of those killed in action will be here today. >> reporter: and speaking of the families this is the copy of the program. there are seven people honored. >> yes. from maryland who were killed in the past year. most of them in afghanistan, and i think there's kind of a public perception that ocam bin laden's been killed, -- osama ben lad n's been killed and -- bin laden's been keeled and there's not that much of a fear of terrorism but this is reminder. >> reporter: as this is a plaque -- been killed and there's not that much of a fear of terrorism but that is a reminder. >> reporter: and this is a plage that will be presented. >> it's a picture of a american holding an american folded flagwhich you saw in wold war 2 whensomeone knocked on the door and the woman found out someone was killed in action. they have had a experience like that and they will be here to receive these for the recognition. >> reporter: thi
ABC
May 14, 2012 5:00am EDT
its state it's time for you and your democratic pal to leave annapolis. >>> hundreds of parents, teachers and students will unite with the baltimore education coalition calling for education to be a priority in the budget. they are calling for three specific things. they want the general assembly to restore cuts to the schools. they are calling for the city council to pass the bottle tax to fund school construction and they want the mayor to keep the commitment to doubling fundingfor after school programs and increase 5 million dollars. the protest at 6 will take place outside baltimore city hall. >>> protesters will be outside police headquarters in downtown baltimore today protesting what they say is misconduct and abuse and brutalthe department. two people who say they were victims of police violence will be in attendance and the protest is from 5 to 6:30 called by the justice for trayvon martin group. >>> jp morgan chase is expected to accept the resignation of three high raking executives soon. this decision comes after the trading group lost $2 billion. the person familiar
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